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Four hundred aJ tlltj iltlecates w
cabled at Sprinaflcld on Monday, pur
suant to tho call of the state central
commlUM. The meeting wai harmon
lout throughout spceclirs were made liy
Messrs. Trumbull, Palmer, Morrison,
lacClertiand, Kuller, of Vhiso, ami
ettaeri. The following are the reolu
tlonB in lulls
Hon. Lyman Trumbull umltteil the
following resolutions unanimously re
ported by the committee on resolutions !
Resolved by the citizen Of Illinois, In
couvenlion assembled, on the 8th day of
January, 18. 7, that a count or tue votes
. for president and vice-president by the
president of the senate, without tue con
currence and direction ot both houses
of conjrress, would bo contrary to
usage, revolutionary in character and
dangerous to the rights of, the peo
Resolved, That in the absence of any
statute, rule or order regulating the
counting of the electoral votes, the house
ot congress have the right, under the
constitution, to count the votes of elee
tors, to decide all questions arising
thereon, and declare the result, and that
no vote should be received and counted
tor president or vice-president without
the concurrence of both houses of con
stress; and In the performance of this
duty each Louse is vested with the
autnorltv to inquire into the qualifies
tioua of electors and the manner of their
appointment. 1 his has been the con
miction ot the provisions of the consti
tution respecting ute subject as shown
by an unbroken usage from the first elec
tion of president to the present time, and
by tne adoption oy Dotti nouses ot con
gress, unanimously, of the rule known as
the twenty-second joint ride, in Febru
ary, 1865, under which the electoral
votes were counted by congress in 1803,
In 1869 and in 1873, which ruie was ac
quiesced in and maintained so long as
both houses of congress wero controlled
by the came political party.
Resolved, That It is the duty of the sen
ate and bouse ot representatives to resort
to all parliamentary means to secure a
fair and honect count of the electoral
vote, aud that tho people will hold sen
ators and representatives reeponsibe for
the consequences which may follow a
failure of the two houses to agree upon a
mode for making such count.
Resolved. That while we have no doubt
that Samuel J. Tildeu and Thomas A.
Hendricks were (airly entitled to a ma
jority of the electoral votes tor president
umI vice-president, we at the same time
believe It to be our duty and are willing
to submit the question as to who have
been lalrly and constitutionally elected
to the decision of the senate and houso ot
representatives to whom It constitution
ally belonga, and we demand of them,
as we believe do a vast majority of the
people of all parties, mat tncy come to
some agreement for an honest aud fair
count ot the electoral yote, pledging our
elves to abide by the result whatever it
Rtsolved, That it is a well-settled princi
ple.ol law, that when an official duty U to
be performed upon the happening of a
certain contingency, and uo mode has
been provided for deciding when the
event has occurred, those who are re
quired to perform the duty are sole
judge aa to when the contingency arises,
audio accordance with this principle we
declare that it properly devolves upon '
each bonce ot congress 10 decide lor it
Mil when the contingency shall arise
that requires this generate action under
the constitution. In the election ot pres
ident by the house ot representatives
and a vice-president by the senate.
Resolved, That la case the two houses,
after exhausting all parliamentary
meant, are unable to agree upon such a
count of the votes cast for president aud
vice-president as will secure to any per
son a majority of the whole number of
the electors appointed, it will then be the
duty of the house of representatives im
mediately to choose a president aud that
of the senate a vice-president, as pro
Tided by the constitution, and
If the house of representatives
shall choose ti president and
the senate a vice-president according
to such provisions of the constitution,
then such constitutional action taunt be
sustained aud all forcible opposition
thereon be proceeded against as treason
Resolved, That the concerted assertions
by tne leading republican newspapers
on the morning after tho election that
South Carolina, Florida and Louisiana
bad gone for Hayes, before any definite
Information could possible have been re
ceived from those states, followed by the
uruersiu uie army oi me Lnltea btates
to see mat the boards of canvassers are
unmolested in the performance ot their
duties. Issued belore the canvassing
boards bad assembled and without any
reason to suppose that such boards would
be molested la an honest discharge of
duty, together with the knowledge that
the result ot the presidential election, as
declared by the people at the polls, could
v vukukeu iy laiseiy counting the votes
0vuiu aruinia, loriua and
.Louisiana ior llayts, and that
the returning board ot Louis
iana, composed of the same persons as
now, had arbitrarily, uutairly aud ille
gally changed the results of a former
lectloo, could only have been Intended
M ap assurance to the canvassing officers
in those states In advance tliat they
would be sustained In any canvass they
might; make, however Iniquitous, and es
pecially the canvassing officers ot Louis
iana that they would be sustained in re
peating the arbitrary and lllegtl action
by which they bad continued themselves
ftud their partr in power two vaars be
lore. That the subsequent action of the
canvassing officers In two of the states
mentioned, in open disregard ot the
irgnest judicial tribunals tn their re
spective itaiea ; and the action of the
Louisiana returning board, by winch a
majority ot 8,000 votes tor Samuel J.
Illdeu waa fraudulently and illegally
changed Into a majority of nearly 4,000
for Kuthford B.llayes.ln connection with
Judge Bond's usurpation in overriding
(be tubs courts, the action of the army
in setting up an illegal h g!lsture in
bouth Carolina, the concentration of
troops and munitions ot war at
convenient points elsewhere, and threats
m in partisan press that members of the
house ot representatives will be arrested
ana imprisoned u tne house exercises iu
constitutional prerogative in regard to
us count oi tne electoral rotes, establish
vm existence oi a conspiracy by force
and fraud to proclaim and inaugurate a
President and vice-president ol the
Lotted htat contrary to the constifu
UonallT iprea4 will of the American
- JUolvd, That It 1 the duty of the
bouse ol representatives, the rand in-O.U-.I
ol the nation, to lniutrR? A?.
MM conspiracy, and if officers of uiYw.
wracy and have eommitied overt acta In
fttrtberanee ot the plot, by the illegal use
2f.VW.nny.f oU'e. to take imme
fetoWeiii the conspiracy and
coiplrfttort to trial at the
JfeaVAA Tksit l. a ...
prcaiuent or this
ooofcnUoa tend a aopy ot these resolu-
lions to the president of the senate and
the cakcr of the house ot representa
tives of the United States, with a request
that each lay the samo lelore the bodh;8
over which they respectively preside.
NEW YEAR'S DAY.
Somo of the Toilets at the White
pVnjblrtfcton Correspondence of Courie r-.Inur-niil
Mrs. Grant wore black velvet, spark
ling with Jet embroidery. She wore licr
hair tn finger puff and without (loners
or leathers. Her ornaments consisted ol
a magnificent cross of large diamonds,
and earrings of the same precious stones.
Mr. Sartoris wore a very long train of
claret-colored silk velvet. It was miuerb
In style, having very little trimming ot
any kind, except a rich Innge as a nor
dcring for the drapery. She wore point
lace at tha wrists and throat, and a dia
mond cross, which was the tiu ot
the one . worn by her mother.
She. too. wore solitaires In her ears, and
no ornament or decoration about her
head. Mrs. Fred ft rant wore blue silk,en
tirely covered with point law ; even the
bnsnne and sleeves Were covered with
tho weVIike fabric. Her ornaments
were a necklace of pearls, and solitaire
diamond ear-rings. Mrs. Kreii's baby
was present at this early reception, and
behaved with cuiniiieiuJiiblc propriety.
She was dressed in a short slip
ot white linen cambric, with
lace and embroidery over blue silk,
Her slippers were of blue kid. and she
wore a uilnlaturc-sied diamond ring
and another ol turquoise. Her
bracelets were also ol turquoise, with
tiny hearts pendant, iiho is a lovely,
chubby baby, not quite seven months
old, and Is named Julia Dent for her
grandmamma. Many of Ihc toilets
worn on this occasion were as
magnificent as it Is possible
for dress to be. Mrs. (.'handler's was
among the number. .She wore royal pur
ple velvet. The skirt was lavUldy
trimmed with black Brussels laco. The
basque, which was open In front, va
bordered with hand-eiubroidury in deli
cate flowers. The neck and hall-long
sleeves were garnished with lace and
pendants of diamonds flashed among the
rich hue ot the velvet and the solt.
deilcate lace. Her bracelets and other
ornaments were in keeping with this
regal. costume. Tho raven t and most
costly article ot jewelry was the collar
I worn by Madame Mantilla, the wife of
the Spanish minister. TliU collar was
purchased by her husband from the Ital
ian department, at our centennial. It is
ot gold, studded with rubies, large
pearls and diamonds. 1 lie gems in this
collar wero ouee a part ol the collec
tion owned by the king of Italy. There
Is not another collar in the world like it.
The beautiful Andahisian who wore it
was elegant in myrtle green silk, the
skirt ot plain silk, aud the basque and
overdress satin striped. Her hat was of
white chip, with rose-colored face trim
mings, and plumes several shades lighter
than her dress.
rflUTV Yl im MKKOICK TIIK ri ULlC.
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LI VIC R PILLS,
IL'jutitis or Liver Complaint,
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Syinptoins of a Diseased Ijver.
1A1N in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left bide ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, accompanied with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There i.i generally aeon, iderable lo.'s
Gfincmory,atcoii)pat)icd with a pain
ful sensation of Juung kft undone
something which ought to have been
done. A ; light, dry toiifh is some-
times an attendant, a The indent
complains of wearinesaand debility;
he is easily startled, hi feet are tuU
or burning, and hu complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are luw ; and although he is
satisfied that exert ise would be bene
fieial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. in jutt, ne distrusts every rep
edy. Several of the above tvmt.
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, et examination of the body,
after death, has -.liown the liver to
have been ex ten: holy deranged.
A G U F. A N 1 v y v v. k.
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taken with Quinine, are productive
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to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise sll who are afflicted
with this disease to give them a
ior all liilious derangements, and
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tk-Lvuii. U r, 4lils.ih4iH I.
AN UNRIVALED ILLUSTRA
Wlicn Sckiu.vek isMtml Its fainoiis MiJ
stiiuiiier llolidav Niiinljtr in July, alricmlly
critii: Kaid of it : "We uro not sure but that
ScRiB.NKit lias toUelied lilL-li-wutor tn ii k
We do not see wliut worlds aro left to it t
conquer." Hut tlic luibllehcrs do cot con
skier tnnt they Uuve readied the iiltnu
thule of exrellenct tbt-y believe "there ara
other worlds to courtlier, and they troiose
to r-ononer tueui,"
The proi'iiectus fir tho new volume gives
inn lines oi more limn tiny imperii (uiostiy
iiiUHtrned), iiywrilcrsoithe highei-t merit
imirr tue neau oi
we have "A Winter on the Nile," by Gen
.McClelliin : hmintarinifs About Constant!
noiile," by Charles Dudley Warner; "Out
of My Window at Moavow," by Kuirene
NctlUVleri "Ati Ainencan In Tnrkl-iaii,"
Cl. 1 ir,tt.VIUII klWJl,, OTIIUOIllll.Wll
Uy Dr. JlolUncl. the Kditor.
w hose story of ".Sevenoaks" avetlie hij.'i
est satisfaction to the readits of the
lUOMeneol tins laiekl novel is laid ou
the banks of the Hudson. Ihe hero is
young man who has been always "tied to a
woman's upron string," but who, by the
dentil of his mother, is left alone iu the
world to di in on the current ot tile 1 itli
a lortune, but without a tiui nohe.
Another serial. "Hi Inheritance." L
Mips Trafton, will begin on the completion
oi "Aiiai i.asso- cow rie s," by airs, llodx'
son liurnett. Mrs. Burnett's story, begun
io August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which have been a surprise to the public
'I here is to !e a seiits of original and ex
quisitely illustrated puperr ol "l'opulai Nit
eu-e," by .Mis. lleriLk, eaili pater com
plele in itself.
There are to be, from various pens, papers
"Home Life and Travel"
Also, practical suggestions as to town and
country iife, village improvements, etc., by
.Mr. laniard s articles on various induv
(lies ol lireat Uritain iuclude the history of
-come jAiieriiiiuuis 10 tO-oneraiion. ' "A
.votisli Loal t actory iu the November
number, and "load Lane. Itor-hdale." in
December. Other papers are. "The lii itish
i orkinrman s Home," "A Nation of Shot
keeper-' "Ha'penny aWet k for the Child."
A richly illiislratcil series will be given on
American ports by l-lood and KieUI." bv
various writers, and each on a liiticreut
1 be tne. l he subject oi
"Household and Home Decoration"
v i 11 have a prominent place, whilst tho
irodiictions oi American humorUts will ap
pear lroiii month to mouth, 'the list of
shorter stories, 'jiographical and other
sketches, etc., is a long cue.
Ilia editorial department will continue to
employ the ablest pens both ut home and
abroad. There w ill be a series ol letters on
literary matters, from l.omlon, by Mr. Wei-
l'he paxes of the mairazlne will be onen.
as litrc-t tore, to far as limited snare will
permit, to the discussion of all themes af-
leuting the social and religious lite ol the
world, aud upcclally to the Ireshest thought
ot the Christian thinkers and schohrs of
e mean to make the magazine sweeter
aud purer, higher aud nobler, wore xenial
n u geuerous in all It utterauees and ItiMu-
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